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BOYS LOST ON LAKE?
Police were searching Tuesday for Mart Kindhen, 16, who has been missing since Saturday, when he. left NOTED SUFFRAGIST IS SUICIDE Weather ■■■ ■ ■ Tonight ami Wednesday, I I I I R rain; strong south- | I I I I u trteriy gales. 71 I I I K Trmpnulur* U>l !4 Hoor« II I P U. Minimum, M. ™ J ™ TwUy noon. 47. VOLUME 23 Our Pet Peeves: The G. N. Railroad. Why the Sam Hill— Do We Stand for It f (Only a Dream.) Tht« H t*» IMrty nrH ml • »«!«« I ,r iKlflo la «htrh miwlwn of Th« . mx Malt lell »*•« *l»»lssse« tbesn BY LEON ST A HMO VT Burr FAVORITE ANTIPATHY l» the Grvat Northern railroad. 1 ■ trtsh they'd Inr the blame thine I tp. It provokes me. I I mntn that. Wtimwr T see F *ne of those lon* train* scooting | north out of the Main-tt»Vlrflnla f tOlXfl and belching Its black imokr i alt ovet the Seattle water front I (Ml like gnashing m y remaining teeth. "Sam Hill" la my utmoet fßsawrrd. And the Everett local Call' for an Everett Trua. That stretch of water front frwn. •ay. the Bell it dock to Bmltb COT* should be a beautiful down < town park. There should bo hath tng y.iclw.l and pavilion* and band- Stands and sunken gardens and a naming stream or two and a water f»n md nome fountains. S'-r In Iki center of them should bo a great civic oentci —en auditorium, a play palace, and maybe a mu *-UC>pa! hotel. s yjid the O. N. railroad should be off the water front and airected toward I-eke Union. thru a tut net starting about where thi present tunnel start* and coming Ht on the north slope of old kill. It wouldn't lengthen the route •ay. and It would make possibl* for Seattle th* finest water front In any American city. The Smith core fe terminal* could still be served by a I aeries of railroad tracks connecting K«lth tho removed main tin* thru Tnere's a tip for tho eoromnnlty bull term. It will take year* to ac •ooipllsh this—sure— It can't be ioct under a decade. Bat I'll bet It can ba done WITHIN a decade. I'll bet by IMI this town («n kick the railroad off the water tw and have the greatest civic asset In ihe western world, right at th> doors of the business section—rt»Lt ■Mptown. ¥' I* It worth doing? What'U It cost? t doot know. T> oee aro questions for englreer* and financiers. But the advantages to b* gained are greater than the costs. Imagine that two mile stretch of Elliott bay converted Into a per petual garden. 20 time* the size of Klnnear park, with one great pier Jutting half a mile straight out from the esplanaded shone—picture great Steamships from all over the I'a atfic landing their passengers ♦only their passengers) Into this ever-summery fairyland and then try to convince yourself that any ath'r Pacific city, or any other North American city ha* or could have anything Its equal. I with some local Michelangelo would put this on canvas. But Oh. well. As Tom Fills say*: "Yours ain't a peeve, If* a | dream." i HUNDREDS FACE PERIL OF FLOOD BAN JUAN BAUTISTA, Mexico, f April It.—Hundred* of live* were re ported In danger today In flood* canned by heavy raina all thru the ■tate of Taba*co. Tug* and naval v<**els are stand ing off the coast to pick up refugee* »«t) tight be#'# hav« been went up swollen stream* to rescue those who have been marooned. The lon* of will reach mil Bon*. It Include* the destruction of building*, bridge* and ruin of planta tion*. Settlement Hope in British Strike \ LONDON, April It.—Renewed * hope of a final settlement of the DrltlSh strike situation arose today when a meeting of the colliery own «r* wa* called. Following the triumph last night of Premier Lloyd George when he given a vote of confidence on of the situation. It wa* believed he would arrange a new wage offer by the owners. Thl* of f»r then would be debated by the mirier*, who will hold a special ses sion Friday. The lines of unemployed length —■a U*uk. THREE BLAMED IN GOVERNOR WRECK LIFE LOSS IS LAID TO OFFICERS! Pilot and Second and Third Mates Accused of Failing in Duties Threa officer* of th* steamship Governor, rammed and rank by th* shipping hoard freighter West Han land off rotnt Wilson at 11.*4 a m. April l. are held to blame by t'nlted State* steamboat lnapoctors for the collision that resulted In total looa of the pelstlsl paswenger w»l and the snuffing out of eight !!▼*■. See steer age passenger* and three members of tho crew. Capt. Harry Marden. pilot of the Governor. Ernest Kellenberger. oec ond mate of the Governor, and Arne Hage. third mate of the Governor, are accused In the report of "inat tention to the dutiea of their sta tions, " as a result of «hlch the fatal collision occurred. ACCUSED PHOT IM SEATTLE >1 MtINKH rapt. Marden lives at 1114 Mead st, Seattle. kellenberger Is at pres ent In San Francisco. and llage is In Taromn. The findings of the board of inquiry, which consists of fapts. iMHiak] H. Ames and Harry I.ord. United State* steamboat inspector*, were mailed to the three men Mon day. If the accused men plead guilty to the charge*, they face one of three penalties: They may be reprimand ed. may be suspended, or many have their licensee taken away. In event, however, that they plead not guilty, they may etand trial be fore the steamboat Inspectors. No date for arraignment has been set. but under the steamboat laws the men will appear at their "earliest convenience" to enter plea. The report of the Inveetlgntors completely egonemtes Capt. E. P. Bartlett, of the Governor, and Capt. John Alwen. commanding the Weet Hart land. Both officers are praised for their conduct during the emerg eney. FAILED TO INSPECT APPROACHING LIGHTS Capt. Marden. It Is charged In the report, was guilty of Inattention to the duties of his station in that he failed to "leave the pilot house, the window* of which were closed. In re sponse to the report of the lookout 'and bridge quartermaster that cer tain lights were In close promlxlty " Second Mate Kellenberger. on watch with the pilot at the time of the collision, snd officially In charge of the Governor, Is charged with fall ing to keep proper lookout after re lieving the third mate to take the watch from midnight to 4 a. m. Third Mate Hage, in charge of the Governor up to midnight, Just four minutes before the crash came, Is blamed for not leaving the pilot house In response to the lookout's report of lights near by. These light* were the lights of the West Hartland, which wn* rounding Point Wilson on her way out to sea with a cargo of lumber. The Governor wan coming to Se attle with a large list of panwenger*. There wa* a slight mist, but the night was clear enough for the llghtkeeper at Point Wll*on to see the vef*e|* a mile and a half away, after he had been aroused by the craah. The West Hartland's steel no** •mashed Into the Governor's side about 200 feet from her stern. The Governor sank within an hour. The West Hartland brought the surviv or* to Seattle the same morning. 2 Policemen Didn't Quit Under Pressure Neither F. G. Briggs nor D. L. Wood. Seattle policemen, who left the force la*t week, resigned under prc*'ure, they declared today. Flrnt reports were that lirlgg* and Wood were on a Joy party which ram« to grief when thlr auto smashed on the Spokane st. bridge. Doth deny thl*. Both say they re signed to accept better positions In anoUmr Uue oI wutk. The Seattle Star fcnttred u SrcoDd Clui Mattir May I. lift, at tha Postofftca at ffc-attta. Wuh., under lb* Act of CoDfrm Mtrrh t. 1171. r>r T'tr, by Mall, fl to |l I Page One, Column 3. Clean t"p Week. A little rain to help University W. C. T. P. seek* mem bere. Eddie Hubbard, air mall man. brings 140 pounds from Victoria. To pass up Seattle. Wang Chung Hul. chief Justice, supreme court, of China. Body II H Stuart, who died Sun day in Vancouver, B. C-, brought to Seattle. Winifred Champlln elected presl dent V\ omen's Athletic sssocUlluii U. of W. New method to bowl! Taooma kids roll manhole cover* down hill* at pedeetrtana. Thief steals Patrolman a O. Cur Irtto-s handcuffs while officer la at Woodland park. Bupertor court Judge* Join In clean tip week. Make Inroads on heavy calendar. I AH ready to got Southwestern Washington trade tmsr. under ana pice* Chamber of Commerce. Pog paradise In Taconsa. Mora than »TlO worth of moonshine dump ed in gutter* daily, police say. Report on Roosevelt high school situation. Tuesday noon. Blanc's cafe. Municipal league meeting. Oscar Jassen, of Tiroms, dodged one street car only to hit anoiher. Not hurt. said polka, but drunk. Information charging A. S Beck. 1007 Seventh ave, with operating a still was filed Tuesday In federal court. Pete Castro, pleading guilty to possession of liquor, was fined 1100 Tuesday by Federal Judge B. E. Cush nv n. Right eye bruised and other cuts Received by William Stewart at Third ave. and like st. Auto ran Into him. Mrs. A. Rogers, 1451 list eve, re ported to police Tuesday someone stealing a choice flower from her garden nightly. Seattle men fall to accept Invita tion to confer with Tacoma Chamber of Commerce officials on renaming Mount Rainier. Youthful highwaymen held tjp A. L. Flagle, 4711 Bond st, at Blst ave. S and Rainier ave. Monday eve. Obtained |l5. Mr. Volstead, thro Judge John R. Gordon, plastered fines Monday on A. 8. fleck. E. L. t*lfee. J. J Russet and 1,. Edwardson. Trial of J. R. Smith, charged with grand larceny of 137.40 from Frye A Co.. his employer*, wue begun In Judge Boyd J. Tollman's court Tues day. I tain A. Scott, director of conserva tion and reclamation, warns Invest ors regarding simulation In lands to be Included In Columbia River Ilaeln project. I)r. T. C. Thompson, chemistry dept., V. of W . commissioned cap tain, 17. S. chemical warfare service F. J. Goodrich commissioned 2nd lieutenant Joe Martin, employe of the Sni> qualrnle Falls Lumber company, died Monday as the result of In juries received when he aalked In front of a train. A »prtngtime bandit who blos ■nmnl out In a pes green maekl naw roat last night, poked hi* black automatic under the nif* of Peter Peterson, of 724 Argand St., early Tuesday at Third av». W. and Nlckerson St., took 170 and •soaped. More Money Needed for Railway Lost WASHINGTON, April I»—An ad dltional appropriation of 1400.000.000 1* needed to meet loffrr* sustained by the government In operating the railroads. Director General of Itall road* Davis today Informed llepre sentatlve Good, lowa, chairman of the house appropriations committee. Civil War Veteran Loses Divorce Case Mrs. Karen M. Hubbard, 60, «nc cessfully contested the divorce suit of her husband. Willis G. Hubbard, 74, civil war veteran. In Judge Otis W. Hrlnker's court Monday, The court dl*ml»He ( i the action when Mr*. Hubbard prornlned to forget all dlf fcrenoe* and continue to make a home for her husband. Ilubhard had charged neglect and Incompatibility. The couple twvs a IS year old daughUr. x on a rowboat cruise on Lake Washington with a boy companion. It is feared that the boys may have met On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise SEATTLE, WASH., TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 192 L MOTOR INN THUG GETS LONG TERM Miller Near Collapse When He Hears Eight-to-Ten Year Sentence Tr*mb!ln« at IN* knMM and raa4y to collapa*. Roy A. Miller. who at t*mpt*d to hold up a party of ru«t< at th* Motor Inn January N. waa aaalated from Judr* Walter M French'a court Twtdar mornlnf aft or ho had heard a*nt*nc* of rlitit to ton yean In th* auto penitentiary pronounced on blm. H* had r*oclY*d th* h*avUwt m l«no« Irnpoeed for ,au.ttiiit*J roV 1 Wr wtthtfl ?h» wnfer) ot attar Ml of th* ootirthouft*. ACCOMPIJCK ORT* KIVK TO TUN VMM Krn**t Hmlth, who. Ilk* Miller, pleaded guilty to th* aam* offen**. wa* *cnl*ni-*«l to flv* to tan yoara to th* Kbit* penitentiary. Mlller'a *e»er* acntenee wan due to the fart that h* repudiated at tb* trial of Kob*rt smith bl« allied eon fMudon. t'*on to th* proaecutlnc at torney. and Implicating Itobert. brothor of Krneat. In th* aff.Hr. no cause of hU r*p*«to<y«talomont that hi* confemion was "all a II*." Judifo Htnlth «M forced to direct a verdict for acquittal of Robert Hmlth. At the tlm* of th* dlr*ctod verdict. Judge French warned Miller that hla own a*nt*»o* probably would be a»- roro because of th* fact that h* either Hod to tho prosecutor or *u lying on th* witness stand. rnmo ai urm TO IIIH SWKKTIIKART Miller's arro*t wan brought about by flrltlah authorities who Informed Sheriff Matt Starwlch of hla ad dre*a hor* after they had Intercept od a letter to hla sweetheart In Kng land. Btarwlrh had becorn* aware of the correspondence and had asked Scotland Yard to assist hlro. He "confessed" Immediately, tell- In* an Interesting atory of how he swam a stream three time* to avoid deputy sheriffs who bad been on hla trail and how he had hidden himself In a pl!« of straw and been almost stuck by a pitchfork. Tuoeday morning ha atepped blithely forward when hla case wu* callrd and announced that hla plea wu "guilty." "Ho you want a lawyer?" aaked Judge French. "I don't think It'l ner-easary." ha repll*<|. Deputy Prosecutor Bert C. Ross then called the court'a attention to Miller's repudiation of hla "conf<s slon." and aaked for a severe sen tenc*. KNKK* CAVE IN AS UK IIKARS HRNTENTK Aa th* worda "eight to ten yeara in the state's penitentiary" fell from the court'a llpa. Mlller'a kneea weak ened. hla head drooped on hla shoul ders and be would have dropped to the floor had not Deputy Sheriff William Downey reached for him nnd held him up. Aa he wa* led away hi* feet dragged thru the cor rldora and hla head reated on his arm. The court pronounced the fire to ten year sentence on Krnwt Hmlth when Roaa aaked that the sentence b* not ao aevere. At the time of the attempted holdup Krneat Smith waa wounded by A. C. Marco, of Tacoma, who fired Instead of holding up hla handa when he waa commandrd to aubmit to robbery. Pledge $2,500,000 for Ireland Fund CHICAOO, April 19—Resolutions urging the United Htat&s to rwoi nl/.e the "Irish republic" wrrr being drafted today at the first nntlonal convention of the American Annota tion for the Recognition of the Irish Republic, These resolutions have the bucking of 6.000 delegations from all over the country, and will be sent to I'resl dent Hardin* and emigres* The Irish fund today wan enriched by 12,600,000, following action of del egate* In pledging money to support die ft«hi lor Ixlah laUapeudtnn* Jupe Pluvius Keeps Entries Guessing Not Yet "Ont" If Yon're Not Yet Called Another entry in j fie aiur-i nnvi«tu moving picture content. mu*s Kuin man, 306t 6ith ave. W., uho appears in the teat films taken this ucek.—Photo by Mcßridr. Bo mnny glrla hare inked an many rpieatlons «hout Th# Mtar t'fttveraal moving pkture cont*et that the con teat conductor will attempt to answer them all today. Question: Junt what kind of a girt must she hr to win the $l,OOO c«n trart to ploy 10 aeeka In I'nlveraal pictures? An»w»r: That I* Just what The Star, tha Cnlverwal I'llm company, the contest Judges and all of us are spending si* wfkn' time and several thousand dolki'rs trytng to find out. We hope the winner will t>e more Iwoutlful than Katherlne Maclion aid, mere delightful than Mary Pick ford. more vlvarlotaa and charming than the Olsh girls. Ortalnly she must lie worth her 'weekly salary of $lOO and her railroad expensea to lx>a Angeles and return. MANY MOVIK STARS AflK FAB FBOM BKAfTirtL q —WIH »h« gci rl who la not bean tlful have an equal chance with the girl who la? A Absolutely. yen. Many girls starring today In the movies com pelled the attention of managers by their "sparkle." personality, "|>ep." "go," or whatever you call "that aome thing." y Home of tha girl* hare been railed for tryoula and teat fllma. Othera have not. Are those who have not, out of the ronteat? A The judges aeloct a certain number for each test and tryout. Only a few can be handled by the director at a time. Kvery girl who enters or haa entered. It la planned, will have a chance liefore the cam era Thoae not yet caJled ar« de cidedly not out of the contest. q Doea a girl entering the con test lale have aa good a chanca aa the first entries? Yea. l>ut It la desirable to make your entry as early a a possible and -convenient. Repeated tryouts will Itlve you more confidence when the nice la narrowed down to half a dozen Candida tea. HKTTKK KNTKK IMITII I'IIOTOtJIIAMIS <j. -Hhould a girl who wlshea to enter send an expensive photograph or will a kodak annpahot do? A.—lt Is tietter to send both If you have them. Hnspsliots ar# not —iiy as oomoelUnx U> Uw iudsta' with an accident on the lake. Young Kindhen's parents live at 1545 W. 47th st. He intended returning Sunday. eyea aa studio poaed photographs, but they are a great aid to the di rector. Q What ta thla con teat, an advfcr- Uaeromt? A.—ln a big way, yea. It would he an advertisement of which Seattle could be Justly proud to have a daughter tha greatest star In pic tures, and that Is exactly what we wish. It la the high hope of The Htar that the I'nlversal Film Co.. will find here a new atar of supermngtii tude. Q -Why not give girls living out side of King county an opportunity to compete? A.- Itecauae we are selfish. Tor the first time a contest haa been ar ranged In which only King county glrla have a chance to enter and the ONLY CHANCE TO WIN. Q —lf the girl who wlna the con tent and goes to I»a Angeles "makes good" with the I'nlversal company, how long will they want to keep her? A —That dependa. After her 10 WN'ka' contract baa been fulfilled, If the company dealres her services longer they will offer her a new contract. .11 I'K'S I*NCKKTAINTT ANNOYSIONTKNTANTS Old Jupe riuvlus and his rain cart kept the 42 contestants who were notified to appear at 1 p. m today at the Cry»'»' f" 00 ' ln B "late of con stant annoyance all morning. Jupe didn't know whether to let >r n»ln and spoil the day for shoot Ing pictures or not. All morning uncertain contestant* kept phoning the contest conductor to Inquire, "la It going to rain?" "Khali we be at the pool?" "What do you think about the weather?" The conductor was too much a gentleman to say Just what he thought of the weather. He advised all to report If It didn't rain, which was about as far a* he dared go, and prayed for sunshine. At noon the contest Judges —Mlm Nellie Cornish. Alonito Victor I*ewls. Wayne Alhee, Oeorge Hourke and Minn Palsy Henry met In the of fice of Manager William Cutts of the niemmer theatre, where the first film* are being shown. and went over again th« bundles of photograph* submitted by Ui« Mvml huudrad OOLilMta nl» 7^l Fo nrnny have entered* and are continuing to enter dally, that the Judges are more or leaa up In the air aa to how to handle them. As each girl Appears In teats and tryouts ahe la claaalfled In one of three clasaea —"likely," "possible,** "unllkejy." In thl« way the Judgo* hope to expedite choosing the winner the final week. Contestants who submit photo graphs _ and make entry thia week will be Hated for teata and tryouts before th* camera next week. CONDITIONS OK THE CONTEST 1 Th* contfiit »• oj>f»n to girls of aar ag* living In King county wL*» have had no pr*vlou» •rroen. c«b«ret or other theatrical ifar, t'ni ▼eraal eml Climmir theatra omployea ara barred. a—(llrle under 1* wao anter tha content must have lha written consent of parent or guardian. I -Contestsnts must first anbmlt a photograph of themselves for tha use of Judge* In eelectlng tho** to appear In the t**t films 4—From thoea who appear In the t*St films the Judgr* will choose the winner. She mu*t arrept a 10 weeks' contrsct with the Universal Film Co., at Holly wood. Cal. 6 - The winner will ba paid ft OPO and traveling eiprnaes to I.oa Angrlen end return Payment will be made at tha rate of 9100 a week during the 10 weeka* engagement. (, The winner will appear In a T'nlvar sal production If she "make* good" In this film she mill l>* offered a permanent position with Universal 7—-Tha Star cannot guarantee the ra turn of any picture submitted In the con test. It It advlnable to have a ropy made If the photograph la valued I - Cnn!fi*Mi« who. by reaaon of thalr bourn of Employment, cannot take part In teata and tryouta during week day*, will ba fflvan an opportunity to appear be for* tha cameraa on Sunday. April 14. t —ln tha final tryouta avery effort wilt be mada to ault tha ronvenlcme of cot»- tcatauta aa to houra. Immigration Bar is Again Planned WASHINGTON, April striction of Immigration would he put Into effect on May 10 and con tinue until June 30, 1922. under the terms of the bill reported from the house immigration committee today. The measure In other respect* is identical with the one pocket vetoed In the closing days of the last con gress by President Wilson. It lim its Immigration during the restric tive period to 3 per cent of the n» llonals of each country in the Unit ed Stales la UIS. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE ESCAPES NURSE TO END LIFE IN RIVER Body of Mrs. Jessie Hardy Stubbs Mackaye Is Found In East River, N. Y. NEW TORK, April I»—The body of a woman found In the KhM river laat night wan identified today mm that of Mm. J rule Hardy Htubba Mu luyt, well known suffrage work er. . Mrs, M;u-kaye dlapprarM IUI night after threatening suicide Mrs. Ma< kaye. who until she mar* ried Benton Mar kaye, waa JeaatO Ktubhs. known a* one of the moat militant and ardent suffragists IB the country, ia said to hare bean ■uttering from depi i—lnn and ft* hare frequently apoken of rulcida. While waiting with bar buataal for a train. Mrt Mackaye suddenly tamed and tjuv according to Mack aye, and loet herself In the crowd |» fore he or the nurae who acea» pan led them, could overtake bar. Che body was Identified by Cbartaa j Whitaker and Mabel Irvine, filanjj of the woman. The h unhand. Benton Mac kayo, writer and expert In foreatry, start ed immediately for Long Inland City, where the body waa taken after bo in* removed from the river. The woman waa president of tto Milwaukee Woman'a Peace aociaty. She organised the famoua suffrage hike in 1912. Her Iwt big effort Waa to fight before congress for a dl» u-mamerrt bin. Japanese Stowaway Leaps From Liner (to i)fl»rmlnrt to remain in thi I'nited State* that he waa Willing to risk death in the icy water* of El liott bay, Abe Toroyoshi. 29, Japan ese, leaped 30 feet from tha deck of the Uner Africa Mara as she pullet out from Pier ( shortly before noon Tuesday. Clad only in hta onderclothea, tha Jap mm under the dock and waa rescued, thiverln* and nearly fr* rrtfl, by bystandera. ToroyosM waa being deported ta Japan. He came to geattla two weeks ajro on tha Africa Maru aa a stowaway. Business Is Good at the Court House In an effort to relieve tha cod- Kosted condition of the superior court calendar, 1S judges were hoM inc court Tuesday. Judge J. T. Ronald alone disposed of five case* during the fort-noon. Girl Denies She Killed Her Baby LOS 4NOBLBB. Cat.. April I».— Hysterical denials that she had brut ally murdered her Infant child wer% reiterated today by Miss Erie Mulli cane. 20. arrested after the ha be'a bruised body was found in a trunk in a dusty corner of a local atoraga coi» pany. An employe, searching a plia of trunks which had been atored thara for months, discovered the tiny body. A lace handkerchief was wound tight ly about the neck and the akull waa perforated as tho a sharp instrument about the size of a pencil had baen driven into It. Harding in N. Y. to Unveil Statue CENTRATj PARK. New York. April 19.—President Hardin* and th# official party arrived at the ."peaking .stand In Central park at 3:32 p. m. for the unveiling of the Simon Itolivar statue. A salute of 21 run* RTerted the president. President's Car Escapes Smashup WASHINGTON, April I».—Presi dent Hardlnc's automobile narrowly escaped collision here today with n motor truck. The presidential car wan forced to the mrb when the truck shot out from a croM street. The president wan en route te the X'nion station, followed by secret service men and members of the party which was to attend the llolivar statue unveiling In New York. The negro truck driver brought bis machine to a stop when secret mtv Lee «aB juj&pel tnm thaii